In search of new work, she visits JobConnect, the states public employment agency, three times a week, so far to no avail.
What does PEA stand for?
PEA stands for Public Employment Agency
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- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of PEA
We have 237 other meanings of PEA in our Acronym Attic
- Programme d'Études en Allemagne (French: Study Program in Germany)
- Programme Exoertise et Appui
- Progressive Education Association (est. 1919)
- Projeto Esperança Animal (Brazil, Portuguese)
- Protected Earnings Amount (child support; Australia)
- Provincial Electricity Authority (Thailand)
- Psychic Entertainers Association
- Public Economic Agency
- Public Education Advocates
- Public Education Agency (various locations)
- Pulseless Electrical Activity
- Prepubertal and Early Adolescent Bipolar Disorder Phenotype
- Polyomavirus Enhancer A Binding Protein 1
- Phosphoprotein Enriched in Astrocytes 15 (also known as 15-KD, PEA 15)
- Polyomavirus Enhancer Activator 3
- Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture (software engineering book)
- Pittsburgh Employees Activities Association (Pennsylvania, USA)
- Plasma Essential Amino Acid (nutrition)
- Polyethylacrylic Acid (polymer)
- Port Ewen Athletic Association (Port Ewen, NY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
3) The nine traditional methods are: * Contacted employer directly * Contacted public employment agency * Contacted private employment agency * Contacted friends or relatives * Contacted school employment center * Sent resumes/filled applications * Checked union/professional registers * Placed or answered ads * Used other active search methods Note that there is a possibility of overlap between search for a job via the Internet and the traditional methods outlined in the CPS.
3) There are six categories of active job search currently listed in the CPS: * checked with public employment agency * checked with private employment agency * checked with employers directly * checked with friends or relatives * placed or answered ads * other methods The word "ads" relates most often to the "classified" employment ads in newspapers, but could also include notices distributed through other publications, newsletters, or other media.